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Less than a year after they separately launched on-demand carpool services in August 2014, Uber and Lyft are both claiming success.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (TX) and Uber have teamed up to tackle the first-mile/last-mile problem for North Texas travelers.
It may be easy for transit operators to ignore the new generation of mobility services, but there are lessons to be learned from these start-ups.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Real-time tracking for NMDOT buses and DART partners with Zipcar and Uber for last-mile services.
Uber drivers gain “Momentum,” as their Lyft counterparts “Accelerate,” and everyone wants to know whether taxis are safer than either.
Some stories you may have missed last week: Bridj will test DC market, Uber says it fills transit gaps in LA and reports a data breach.
A new report from US PIRG and the Frontier Group ranks the availability of 11 technology-enabled transportation services in 70 U.S. cities.
Google may be developing a ride-hailing service, most likely in conjunction with its driverless car project, according to Bloomberg Business.
Faster than transit and more predictable than taxis, companies like Uber and Lyft fill a gap in the urban transportation network.